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  • Jim Anfuso of Adidas and Tilly's Chief Merchandising Officer Debbie Anker-Morris - Adidas is on a roll
  • Jaci Schroeder of Roxy, Sammy Duvall, Susan Duvall and Courtney Pfeifer of Curl and Austin Duvall of Duvin
  • Justin and Jeremy Heit of RAEN
  • Duke Edukas of Surfside Sports and Volcom CEO Todd Hymel
  • Live music at the RVCA booth
  • Shaun Neff of Neff
  • Leigh Tonai of HIC and Kevin Meehan of Volcom
  • Lindy Williams, Garrett Turk and Candy Harris of Stance
  • Jeff Booth of Sanuk with the new Sanuk team: Seth Pulford, Martha Garcia and Anders Bergstrom
  • Zach Hartley, Jason McCaffrey and Jimmy Pasch of Patagonia
  • Roark CEO Ryan Hitzel
  • Brad Lancaster and Scott Hargreaves of Billabong
  • Ryan Sugihara and Adam Borrello of T&C Surf
  • Billabong CEO Neil Fiske
  • Tom Ruiz of Salty Crew
  • Milo Myers of Salty Crew and Tyler Brown of 17th Street
  • Mike Quinones of ourCaste, Marc Berardi, formerly of Burton, Domonique Kiernan of Stance and Matt Davis of ourCaste
  • Stuart Martin, Josh Meyers and Justin Coyne of Zumiez and Aaron Levant of Agenda
  • RVCA Global GM Bill Bettencourt
  • Jason McCaffrey of Patagonia handing out books at the Patagonia booth
  • Jim Watson and Vicki Redding of Vans
  • John Gothard of Freewaters, Trisha Hegg who is consulting for Sanuk and Jeff Fitzhugh of RAEN
  • Bruce Cromartie of BC Surf & Sport and Brent Futagaki of Active Ride Shop
  • Roark Crew: Mark Tinkess, Brandy Farber, Mike Mechling, Ryan Hitzel, Ryan Sirianni
  • Mark and Blake Richards of Val Surf
  • Pete Censoplano and Dave Nash of Sun Diego and Bob Graff of Graffy Inc.
  • Ryan Clasen, Henry Cosio and Lance Eddy of Vans
  • Darren Hawrish of Native
  • Mark Tinkess of Roark and Joel Gomez
  • Ben Kelley and Karen Moore of Sun Diego
  • Bobby and Ron Abdel of Jack's
  • Mark Simpson and Todd Prestage of Hurley walking the show
  • The Vestal team
  • Vestal was making custom leather straps for retailers
  • Lyndon Cabellon, who is now at Hex, and Joe Edukas of Surfside Sports
  • John Bernards, Frank Kaufman of Moss Adams, and Steve Tully of Neff
  • Jake Schwaner of Hobie at the Patagonia booth. Hobie does a big business with Patagonia.
  • Tim Pogue of Mizu
  • Paul Burnett of Surfside, Todd Kline, and Duke, Kathy and Joe Edukas of Surfside
  • Ryan Rush of Valor
  • Stance has expanded into performance athletic socks for women
  • Stance has a 2Pac sock in the works

Agenda got underway Wednesday at the Long Beach Convention Center with a wide mix of brands showing Spring ’17 lines.

The biggest common theme that we heard over and over again during the day, even for the brands that were busy, was the uncertainty over the state of retail.

We’ll have highlights of Spring ’17 lines for many brands in coming days. In the meantime, we will have photos of who we saw during the day.

 

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